New Delhi: Concerned with the low quality of food served on trains, the government Friday said it is reviewing its policy on catering services.
'For bringing about overall improvement in the quality of railway catering, the catering policy is being reviewed by the Ministry of Railways,' Minister of State for Railways E. Ahamed told the Rajya Sabha.
'Temporarily, however, the supervision of catering services on a few trains is being undertaken by Railways on an experimental basis,' he added.
Currently, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) operates catering services on 263 trains. There are 36 different licensees managing pantry cars.